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to be friends. >> that would be my last day of spear fishing. >> third lesson to be learned from the video, don't spear fish off the coast of new zealand. >> yeah. . >> 9 news in australia had their chopper cruising off the coast of perth when the pilot, brett campany noticed this in the water. he thought might have been a whale. said it's not exactly whaling season right now. then he realized it's a boat spinning in circles. then he noticed a guy in the water. he fell off the boat. >> one person in the ocean. his boat is going around in circles. >> this guy is treading water as his boat is spinning in circles. >> oh, my gosh. >> request water police assistance as soon as possible. >> horrifying. your boat is right there, but there's no way you're getting on that thing. >> absolutely. the guy made several unsuccessful attempts s ts to back on, but it wasn't working. you can hear brett the pilot say he's going to throw this guy a life jacket. >> he's really in a lot of distress at the moment. >> you see this other boat coming. this is a private boat that came by and was able to kind of pluck th
>>> hi, everybody. i'm beth troutman. we search the web for the best videos of the day so you don't have to. let's get started, "right this minute." >>> an intense moment when police take on -- >> armed robbers, who were armed with ak-47s coming out of a jewelry store. >> find out what they left behind when they made their getaway, and how it all came to an end. several people are stranded after their ship capsized. >> but the helicopter doesn't have the capacity to rescue all these people. >> but they did have -- >> pretty ingenious solution. >> see how they were able to round help from around the sea. >> that's so awe -- >> a rider speeding down the road 2340e69 notices -- >> something's going on up ahead. >> something that will make you say, "holy koala!" >>> plus, some ladies dress down in some do-do. the story why these models are posing in poo, and alone way trombone. ♪ [ laughter ] >> the latest video -- blowing up the internet. >>> you're looking at cell phone footage outside of a busy shopping center near stockholm, sweden. as this cell phone pans over, you notice somet
maury povich. this is a whole show here. so who won this battle? >> this was the newborn, and i don't care what kind of animal it, you don't take somebody's newborn pup baby, because they're fight you for it. >>> look closely at this high-tension power line in chile. near the very top of this tower there's a man that has climbed that tower. you can see people on the ground looking closely, wondering, what this guy is doing. some people wondering if this guy was suicidal. some people not sure if he some mental issues. he continues to climb around and at one point starts to swing on the tower. he's moving around a lot. treating it like it's a set of monkey bars. >> ah! oh -- ooh -- >> oh, my gosh. i was just about to say, how has he not electrocuted himself? >> terrifying video. there's a yellow air bag on the ground, if you noticed that. there's also some caution tape stretched out around that yellow air bag. i don't know if this was some sormt of plann sort of planned stunt or if that bag was put there by rescue workers trying to save the man. >> but he doesn't land on the air bag.
, indicating traders are either just not that into the market or don't see any major sell-offs in the near future. federal officials are checking smoke that was coming from a boeing 787 jet on the ground in boston. and the mighty mississippippi is flowing again with barges. larry levin of trading advantage is among the many traders awaiting earnings coming from alcoa after the close. good morning to you, and what is your expectation? > > i definitely think that we are going to see the market at least move higher on the earnings that we get out as we go into later today. i think traders really- i don't want to say have got inside information, but have got a pretty good idea. yesterday we kind of saw a little bit of a sell-off in the morning and then really kind of recovered. so i think traders really kind of got in front of that feeling that the earnings season is going to get off to a good start. > i have been really surprised about how dry the options paper has been on alcoa going into the earnings tonight. that has been a big surprise. let's move on to the debt threat. a lot of lawmaker
in lyn don. authorities education courted one of the speed freak killers from death row to that area and he pointed out the well as a spot where more human remains could be found. the fbi says it is not looking for any one victim in particular. >> no particular individual is associated with this site. to be clear, we only know that this may contain remains. >> the fbi -- fbi is taking over the search following criticism of the san joaquin county sheriff's office handling. the remains of two women were identified and no identity has been determined for a third set of remains. a bay area mother is waiting anxiously as that well is being excavated. wondering if her daughters' remains are at the bottom of that well. >> mckayla garrett's mother read me those words today her nine-year-old daughter wrote more than 24 years ago. early sharon found the paper in a book after a stranger kidnapped the little girl from a hayward store. >> there was just a sense of foreknowledge that something was going to happen. >> now, after almost a quarter of a century of searching of heartbreak, sharon still
the right thing. don't forget, they too have to report earnings this quarter. you know, last quarter was not a good one for them. facebook has been going through a rough time. and i think facebook has got a lot of proving to do. there is a little bit more optimism now building. we are going to see if they can execute on their mobile platform and see how their advertising revenue is doing. i think right now if you bought facebook at $20, you would probably be looking to sell it at $30. if you bought it at $35, you know, i think you can hold on a little bit longer. i do believe there is some upside. but please, be careful, and realize, this is going to be a volatile stock, and they still are a big the evolving story that does not have a lot of definitive answers at this moment. > jared, always good to have you on the show. thank you. > > thanks angie. in our cover story, the boeing 787 dreamliner is causing some lost sleep. three separate malfunctions in three days has some investors concerned that the continuing pattern of glitches may lead federal aviation officials to take action. t
a desire to do something or some things even though they don't solve the entire problem. >> i've never seen anything that have shocked the consciousness of the american people like 16, 17-year-old kids being riddeled with bullets in the classroom in a neighborhood that was considered to be immune to this kind of bearior. >> meanwhile -- behavior. >> meanwhiles nra proposes is a ban. >> we had a decade for on guns and it had no impact. >> he admitted was impractical. >> every gun purchased can only be fired by the person who purchased it. >> that technology exists but it's extremely expensive. >> so expensive no one really expects mr. biden will recommend it tuesday, to the put but he will make recommendations even though he thinks they won't completely solve the problem. >>> a sfen-year-old boy was shot -- 17-year-old boy was shot just after midnight on drake avenue in marinc. >> that teen had come from sisku county to be with family and celebrated his 17th birthday a few days ago. >> someone thought he had stolen a drug cash. it's the first homicide in marin krae in two years. >> a machine
then given a delicious design? a toaster strudel. pillsbury toaster strudel. so delicious...so fun. >>> don't blink, because i think i have one of the shortest police chases we've ever shown on this show. let's go to north charleston, south carolina. two crews flashed the blues at that truck and they take off. officers are after the pickup because it's believed to be connected to a counterfeit case. two cruisers after this thing. they hit 90 miles per hour in just 15 seconds. as you can see, busy street, lots of other cars weaving in and out of the lanes. the cruisers hit 100 miles per hour. the chase only lasted a mile and a half. eventually the truck, you almost can't see it. it's way up in the distance. it goes to make a right-hand turn, and when it does, boom, crashes into the pole. the cruiser following was unable to stop fast enough. it crashes in the back. the driver gets out, starts running away. you see another truck from the left-hand side of your screen come dpliing in. that truck was not involved in the chase but maybe was just avoiding the wreck here and trying to get out of th
don't get a ticket. that happened to this guy, but look at the bottom of your screen. 113 miles per hour. he was clocked, but he slowed down to 23 miles per hour in three seconds. >> i'm impressed. >> and only fishtailed a little. >> good job. i'm surprised he didn't get rear-ended. >> by that entire motorcycle gang behind him. >> very important point, beth. this is in the eyed kingdom where you're supposed to drive on the opposite side of the road. this guy was going around a school of people learning thousand ride motorcycles, going past them at 113 miles per hour, and they're saying that he got dangerously close to the lead biker here, but he got a fat ticket. >> i bet. >> $1,300. >> driving a porsche. he can afford it. >> he can. his porsche is about $96,000 if you buy it off the lot. she also banned from driving for six months because of this. >> ah. >> now the porsche will be collecting a little bit of dust. >> yep. according to police, they say when he went in and talked about it, he referred to himself as an idiot for doing this. >> good. at least he admits his mistakes. >>>
says if you begin to slide, step off the accelerator and chp says don't hit your brakes. check the weather where you live 24/7 go to ktvu.com click on the weather tab find live storm tracker 2 : >>> >> a gathering at glide memorial church to show support for a young mother doused in gasoline and badly burned. ♪ [ music ] >>> dozens came together to share songs and prayers for 25- year-old star lamar who police say was attacked by her boyfriend. she suffered severe burns on her face and body during sunday's attack. police arrested 22-year-old dexter oliver for the crime. her sister said tonight's gathering means a great deal to the family. >> means a lot to know, my sister wasn't alone and people were praying for her that she heals. >> lamar remains hospitalized tonight, oliver is scheduled to be arraigned tomorrow the family says the two had a rocky relationship and she had just broken it off gain the day of the attack. >>> for the first time since 1960, no living baseball player will be inducted into the baseball hall of fame this year. in voting results releasedderrier toda
the holiday season. people usually tighten their belts and don't make any major investments. but, in december, especially my company, we did phenomenal. > is it true that january is the new spring, and now is the time sellers should put their homes on the market? > > i think it is. i think that the uncertainty of what was going to go on with the presidency, the fiscal cliff, the dust has all settled, so now people are kind of taking out their wallets and really purchasing homes. and mainly it's because there is certainty in the economy now, so the banks really have extended all the courtesy to kind of educate the consumer, unlike before. > what about banks? are banks still tight with lending? > > it is a little difficult to get a home loan. but, the good news is that the rules and regulations are very clear. so it's either you qualify, or you don't qualify. so, you're not kind of disenchanted with the process, where you get started and then midway or toward the tail-end you don't get approved. it is kind of like an instant no or an instant yes. so really, whereas before a typical home buyer w
advisory. this is a spot you don't really see it. san jose as well dense fog advisory there. morgan hill, dense fog advisory tomorrow morning. there are clouds back in the forecast not just fog but some that could bring showers and certainly a cooldown. when i come back i'll have all the details with the latest computer model. >>> there is word tonight that hewell howser the host of california's gold died last night apparently of natural causes. >> get ready for an adventure. >> reporter: howser was enthusiastic and he guided you viewers to the hidden and not so hidden corners of california. two years ago howser made all of his california shows available free of charge on the internet. >>> my daughter, my daughter. >>> new information about a man suspected of setting his girlfriend on fire in san francisc >>> a capital corridor commuter train struck and killed a man and his dog on the tracks in hayward today. the hayward fire department says the man was hit about 7:45 this morning while crossing the tracks at jackson street. firefighters say it appears the man was pushing a bicycle acros
without heat. >> i don't want to go through that again. it was pretty cold. >> reporter: she says her hearts go out to people liveable -- living on the streets. such as this 50-year-old. he says his friend died just after christmas in this same camp. >> he just died saturday morning. he has part problems like i did. >> reporter: patrick took us inside his makeshift home where under a blue tarp he watches quintin torentino movies. he was one person benefiting from a blanket give away by a church this evening. among those handing out blankets this 56-year-old church member who himself is homeless. he sleeps in the front seat of his truck where he reads the bible. >> you know for me, i'm very blessed that i have a roof. >> reporter: while his friend sleeps in the cab. >> even with shelter and a blanket it's still cold. you really can't sleep, the cold keeps you up. >> reporter: he told us the worse time is before dawn in the hours between 4:00 and 7:00 a.m. where the coldest hits. maureen naylor, ktvu news. >>> the catholic charity in santa rosa has more than 30 people on its wait list
party. >> reporter: you are brave wearing the cheese heads. >> i don'taffeta know, it's a little intimidating. >> reporter: you saw a little heckling, good- natured heckling of the cheeseheads there. we actually saw a couple niner fans give a hug to a dejected packers fan. it's nice to see that. we're still monitoring the traffic as people make their way out, but a big party celebrating that huge niner playoff victory. live in san francisco, eric rasmussen. >> winning makes you charitable, eric. [ laughter ] infred inglis with the highlights. at the candlestick, colin kaepernick and aaron rodgerss and there he is. colin kaepernick. kaepernick after throwing an interception for a touchdown comes right back with a 25-yard touchdown. that is his strength. ties the game at 7. set a single game record for quarterbacks, and threw for 263 yard, tied 14-all when he rifles to michael crabtree. niners led at halftime. niners ran for 320 yards a team and again, kaepernick ran for 111 of them. a 56-yard touchdown, 49ers win the divisional game, 45-31 and it wasn'taffeta that it was not tha
a factor i don't know what the rain was like at that time of the accident. you can still see there's still wet in that area. there is no standing water but there is water down there. >> police say they do not believe the driver was under the influence of drugs or alcohol. >>> a 16-year-old was with a group of friends when she was shot around 10:30 last night right across the street from capuccino high school. the girl is in stable condition. so far police have not made any arrests and have not said what may have led to the shooting. >>> oakland are asking for help to locate a woman who hasn't been seen since friday morning when she left for work. they say gloria gee's husband contacted them after she failed to return home. anyone with information is asked to call police. >>> a missing 92-year-old man from san francisco was found today. in an oakland hospital. police say walter wakumski is currently at summit medical center. security officials at golden gate field track says wakumski was there new year's day and suffered a medical problem. they then called an ambulance that took him to the
. the niners say don't pay with cash, pay with credit card and locate the location of seating on a seating chart. >>> a former death row inmate accused of killing his own mother in vallejo told a judge he wants to plead guilty. he was sentenced to death back in 1966 for killing two teenaged girls but that was changed to life in prison when california briefly did away with the death penalty in 1974. stanford was released on parol in 1990 he did not enter a plea in court today. he is expected to be arraigned next friday. >>> a worker at a petaluma garbage facility discovered the body of a man. sheriff's investigators say they don't know if the man's death was foul play or it was accidental. >>> an inmate from the santa rita jail is on the lose tonight. as ktvu's john sasaki reports, the man was able to free himself while he was being transported to a doctors' appointment. >> it's scare -- scary with all the women and children around here. >> reporter: while being transported he was able to free himself. when the deputy opened the door, hopkins ran off into the neighborhood around 14th ave
several people taking their chances. i saw you crossing where it says don't cross. do you do that a lot? >> sometimes when i'm in a rush. >> reporter: >> reporter: police say this young girl is still at san francisco general hospital with life-threatening injuries. police say this was not a hit- and-run and they have not said if this driver will be cited for anything. live in san francisco, eric rasmussen ktvu channel 2 news. >>> a san francisco bicyclist was injured today when his bike collided with a muni bus. muni says the accident happened on geary near leavenworth after 2:00 p.m. cyclist apparently swerved to avoid an open car door. when his hand bars made contact with the, but the cyclist fell, but was not run over. as we hospitalized with undisclosed injuries. >>> vallejo police announced a $10,000 reward for information on a christmas eve hit-and-run that critically injured a pedestrian. on december 4th the accident occurred. investigators say the suspect's vehicle is similar to this one, a 1996 to 2000, two-door black honda civic. the car likely has damage to the front passeng
to look at it in context. i think a lot of people don't understand the vix - probably like my friend alan here. the vix, remember, measures - it is a complex algorithm between the front month and second month calls and puts in the s&p 500. > > the question is what are you afraid of? are you afraid of inflation? are you afraid of a new election? are you afraid of fires? > > i am afraid of fiscal cliff 2. > > are you afraid of the debt ceiling? what are you afraid of now? the market continues to march on regardless, and i am old-school. i look at bonds as an indicator of fear in the marketplace, and bonds sold off four points yesterday, and yields continue to climb on a sign of stability. > > i think the bottom line is, too, if you want to find fear, you are going to find it in individual stocks - not necessarily in the whole market and the vix. look at the puts skews if you are a little bit more of a savvy trader- > > we need individuals like you. > > that's right. > sounds like this market is bulletproof. moving on to round 3) dot com king?: amazon made all-new highs this week. is this th
not subscribe to a duty to god. i don't know. >> reporter: allie rasmusen. >>> governor brown says he is asking a supreme court to return prisons to the state. the state has spent billions of the dollars to improve its prison health care facilities since 2009. under the court order the state is supposed to reduce the population by an addition 33,000 inmates by june. brown says that's no longer necessary and he will take his fight all the way to the supreme court if he has to. >>> the price at the pump could be going up again. and analysts predict the nationwide pride for a gallon of regular will hit $3.95 in april. in los angeles gas prices will climb to $4.65 a gallon. here in the bay area we usually pay some of the highest prices in the country. the factors sited are the dependable of refineries and usual increases by december. >>> the dow lost 55 points, nasdaq dropped seven. investors are nervous about earnings although the first to report met or beat analysts expectations. >>> aig rescued by the u.s. government said today that it is considering joining a lawsuit that claims the bail out t
, and the people that know best decided. >> i did not vote for all the steroid guys. i -- i don't know how i'll vote in coming years. >> chronicle sports columnist told me she was not surprised how her fellow sports writers voted when it came to bonds. >> as someone who covered his career, his entire career pre-steroid era, post-steroid era, i just couldn't bring myself to vote for him. >> these are the exact same writers that in the late 90s were looking the other way. you know, now, they want to make up for the poor job they did back then. >> victor conte founder of labs convicted felon now pusher of better drug testing thinks bonds and clemens deserve to be inducted. >> i think there are a lot of players that are in the hal of fame already that have used performance-enhancing drugs. >> senior vice president staci swatter says the giants believe barry bonds does belong in the hal of fame but that they respect the process and hope that some time in the next 15 years of balloting, he will be admitted. in san francisco, rita williams, ktvu channel 2 news. >>> there are reports the sacramento
and theft. they also tell me at this point they don't believe that the resident will be charged. it appears he was acting in self defense. reporting live in pittsburgh, jana katsuyama, ktvu channel 2 news. >>> a 19-year-old pleaded not guilty to murder charges in a san francisco court today in connection with a deadly crash on new year's day. david morales is accused of shooting at three people and fleeing police before crashing at 21st street and south van ness. the impact of his crash killed two people and seriously injured a third. >>> an oakland mother is asking for help looking for her run away son who has the mental capacity of an 11-year-old. here's 15-year-old charles anderson. he's big for his age. he's 5' 11, and weighs 230 pounds. his mother and step father say charles left his home sunday afternoon after they argued about him going to see a friend. his mother says she has checked with friends and family and he's not with them. >>> there are questions tonight about whether fbi investigators are on the right track in a new search for more victims of the speed freak killers. crews
. the unemployment rate ticked down 8/10 of 1% in 2011, and 7/10 of 1% in 2012. i don't see any reason right now that that is going to expand dramatically or change dramatically in 2013. > interesting how it is up to the politicians again. we at a fellow in from surepayroll last week talking about small business owners are very uncertain, they are not going to be hiring because of the concern about the debt ceiling, sequestration, and some of these other things. > > absolutely. and small business owners are the ones taking the tax hike, the tax increase. and they right now are probably the ones that have the most uncertainty with what happens with the new healthcare bill and what happens with taxation. i don't think that is going away, because right now i think the debt ceiling debate we are going to be having coming up in february is going to be even more rancorous than the one that we just that. republicans think they gave away taxation- > they are digging in their heels. > > and now they are going to get spending cuts, whereas the democrats are saying, "if you are going to get more spending c
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